Among the notable victims of the Astros’ cheating scandal in 2017 were the New York Yankees, who lost to Houston in a thrilling American League Championship Series that year.

New York went 0-4 at Minute Maid Park, where the Astros were found to have used a monitor displaying the center-field camera feed throughout the 2017 season.

CC Sabathia, the longtime Yankees pitcher who started Game 7 of that series, isn’t taking what the Astros did lightly.

Sabathia, 39, retired after this past season, his 19th in the majors and 11th with the Yankees. He has since taken a job as a special adviser to the team, according to the New York Post.

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Sabathia’s comments came a day after Major League Baseball suspended Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch for the 2020 season for their roles in the scandal, which the league said involved the team using a camera-based, sign-stealing system in 2017 and part of 2018.

Luhnow and Hinch were later fired by Houston owner Jim Crane.

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